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GCSD gears up for budget challenges

GUILDERLAND — “Good organizations, when faced with challenges, pull together, take stock of their mission,” Superintendent Marie Wiles told the school board at its meeting on Nov. 3.

GUILDERLAND — The town has workers in four unions; each union has a contract set to expire at the close of 2010. Each current contract outlines a stepped system, where workers are paid more for every year they work.

VOORHEESVILLE — A score of high school students are taking on A Few Good Men for the high school’s fall production this year.

$31M budget allows no pay raises

GUILDERLAND — The town board voted 3-to-2 last week not to adopt the supervisor’s $31 million preliminary budget for 2011.

GUILDERLAND — Jenn Crux is taking life one week at a time.

By Zach Simeone

ALTAMONT — A pattern is forming for Jonathan Francis.

ALTAMONT — The village board may be able to fill the vacant public safety commissioner position by the end of the year, if one of several applicants for the job fits the bill.

NEW SCOTLAND — John P. Morey, 28, of Fultonville was arrested on Monday for having sex with a 15-year-old New Scotland girl, according to the Albany County Sheriff’s Office.